Step into the friend zone with The Last Row Podcast for this year’s Christmas episode featuring the 2005 cult classic Just Friends. Drew and Badway give a gentle hug and a peck on the cheek to a multitude of topics including: New Jersey, day dates, day movies, and much more. Later, the guys get steamy and passionate about the Chris and Jamie relationship, while sprinkling in a little Dusty.
It’s Christmas time! What better way to celebrate the holidays than checking out The Last Row Podcast’s On Demand Christmas Extravaganza? Sit by the fire as Drew and Badway tell you tales of their favorite holiday movies, debate what qualifies as a true Christmas movie, and take an extended look at the relationships of your significant other’s favorite holiday rom-com, Love Actually. Other topics include: more of Badway’s Blockbuster Video horror stories, Xfinity’s horrible holiday ad, Tim Burton’s war on Thanksgiving, why you don’t leave your wife alone with Rick Grimes, why the word “bang” equals adultery and the emergence of Bilbo Bang-ins. Finally, the episode wraps with a quick round of Plot Fiction.
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In part two of The Last Row’s Holiday Extravaganza, Drew and Badway break down everyone’s favorite Christmas sequel – Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (brought to you by Tiger Electronic’s Talkboy). The guys discuss among other issues: the wealthy McCallisters’ bad parenting habits, reasons why Kevin truly was a disease, and the lost art of the good old fashioned “crook.” Kevin’s more elaborate death traps are put through a game of “Dead or Alive,” and the hosts read a few listener contributions as well as announce an exciting New Year’s contest.
In part one of our two-part Holiday Special, Drew and Badway relive the seasonal “classic” Jingle All The Way. Hot topics include: The world’s worst USPS employee (if he really works for them, anyway), the countless guy code violations made by Phil Hartman’s character, and raise questions as to how busy a mattress selling Arnold can truly be on Christmas Eve. They also discuss deadbeat dads, golden underwear-clad sidekicks, and induct Hartman’s “Ted” into the Creep Hall of Shame. Additionally, the guys reminisce about their own personal Turbo-Man gifts and other holiday surprises and disappointments from their past. Put your cookies down and enjoy the show!